This page provides basic information on each of our member Associations along with a contact name, phone number and website address (if available). If you need to send an email to a member Association, please use the Form on the 'Contact Us' page.
'DHWSHA' was founded in 1982 and is a registered Charity with its own constitution. The objects are "to serve the public good by the due promotion of the study and practice of the art and science of spiritual healing in the counties of Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire and the surrounding district". These are achieved through registered approved healers, working individually or in groups, to a mandatory code of conduct.'
'Healers 2006' is a national organisation that began as a group from Skegness U3A. Part of 'Our Philosophy' is to remember that Peace begins with each of us. We are all like rippling water where the ripples join others and thus we try to bring peace into the world. We treat people 'wholistically' by treating the whole person using other healing therapies, including nutrition, Chinese medicine, herbs and aromatherapy if necessary. Most members are fully qualified complementary therapists though no one has to be a therapist to join us. We keep our subscriptions to the very minimum. There are many 'Distant Learning' Courses explained in detail on our web site including herbal medicine, Chinese medicine and Holistic Healing. All include a practical element.
The International Healing Fellowship was established in 2004 by a group of people living in East Anglia. Its development was based on two ideas: to act as an umbrella association for schools of traditional healing, teachings and study; and to provide a 'home' for those who had studied and who practice in the field, both in the UK and Europe.
The main objects of Suffolk Healers are to relieve sickness in the county of Suffolk and areas adjoining thereto by the use of Spiritual Healing, and to advance the education of the public in all aspects of spiritual healing.
Suffolk Healers runs three centres for healing the public and training healers; provides workshops on 'complementary therapy' and spiritual topics for both members and the public; it has a website (www.suffolkhealers.org.uk) and publishes a news-magzine twice yearly.
The Whomerley Spiritualist Church and Centre is independent of any Spiritual orginisation and we follow the Seven Principles of Spiritualism. During the week on a Monday, Thursday and Friday the Centre is open to all and our drop-in times are from 10 am till 3pm. Spiritual Healing is available during these drop in times. Please Look at our events page or in the centre for other things that are going on. Our extensive library on all spiritual,Healing and New Age Subjects is available to our members and there are Readings available by appointment.
Yorkshire Healers, founded in 1950, continues to uphold our tradition of training 'healers' to work in centres, churches, and individually, throughout Yorkshire and neighbouring counties. Our aim is always to work for the benefit of those in need.